Safety First Tips

Safety First

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  • Cool as Cucumbers

    Filed in Keep it Fresh

    Buy an inexpensive refrigerator thermometer to ensure your refrigerator is maintaining the proper temperature (33 – 40 degrees). Keeping cold foods at the proper temperature helps to slow bacterial growth and maintain food quality.

  • In and Out

    Filed in Keep it Fresh

    Don’t leave the refrigerator door open for any longer than necessary. The refrigerator won’t have to work as hard to maintain the proper temperature for safe food storage and your food won’t be unnecessarily put at risk.

  • Grocery Store Giddy-Up

    Filed in Keep it Fresh

    Put your groceries away as quickly as possible when you get home from the grocery store, starting with frozen and cold items first. Minimize the number of times you open the refrigerator and freezer doors by putting away several items … Continue reading

  • Cutting Carefully

    Filed in Keep it Fresh

    Put a dish towel under your cutting board to keep the board stable and still as you slice and dice.

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